Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting : The Power of Positive Feelings Paperback
We all know how strong our emotions can be - but do we really appreciate that they can actually help us to achieve what we want?
We sometimes disregard our feelings and carry on living life the way we have always lived it - but our emotions are in fact the key to finding a life that is the way we always dreamt it would be.
Top life coach and author Lynn Grabhorn helps us to realise how negative feelings create negative energy and events, then presents the techniques we can use to recognise these negative emotions, change them into positive ones - and watch the transformation begin.
Written in a clear, friendly, direct style and with real-life anecdotes as examples, this book uncovers the real strength behind our emotions - and will help everyone who has ever wanted to turn their life around to achieve their true desires.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 320 pages, n/a
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Publication Date: 04/07/2005
- Category: Popular psychology
- ISBN: 9780340834466
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Review by lisat781
I have to admit, I was not able to complete this book. While I liked the way Grabhorn wrote and enjoyed her sense of humor, the content was a bit too hokey for me. I had read The Secret and recognize that there is a lot to be gained from positive thought. However, after reading most of the Secret and about 1/2 of this book, I'm convinced that I am not a believer in the true power of positive thinking and that it will attract what you want in life. My review only pertains to that part of the book that I read and I'm noting that Grabhorn's writing was not necessarily what i disliked but the theory.
Review by Iralell
The author of this book seems to have taken most of her material from another group. She died soon after publishing the updated version in a way that belies her claims in the book. I can only say that, although I do think there is merit to the idea of the power of thoughts, there are MANY much better books out there on the subject. For example: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, and more recently The Field by Lynne McTaggart.